Friday, November 14, 2014


This could probably be the reason why Bianca Guidotti was excluded in the Top Ten. The Japanese-owned beauty pageant isn't yet ready for a back-to-back victory from a certain country, let alone a three-year consecutive Asian winning streak (Japan won last 2012 followed by the Philippines in 2013). Because if Bianca had been given the chance to deliver her speech in the final rounds of the competition, she could definitely be an unstoppable force to be reckoned with. 

Perhaps winning the Mikimoto crown wasn't destined for Bianca. Given her passion for humanitarian service, I'm certain that she's bound for a much greater noble purpose that's far more inimitable than any beauty crown the world can possibly offer.



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